When an IMF mission ends badly, the world is faced with dire consequences. As Ethan Hunt takes it upon himself to fulfill his original briefing, the CIA begin to question his loyalty and his motives. The IMF team find themselves in a race against time, hunted by assassins while trying to prevent a global catastrophe.
Fallout is a RTÉ two-part fictional, doom laden, docu-drama. It deals with the nuclear fallout following a hypothetical disaster in the Sellafield Nuclear Reprocessing Plant in Cumbria on the British coast of the Irish Sea. The docu-drama suggests that, due to a changing wind direction, Ireland would bear the brunt of the British accident. The docu-drama was based on the false premise, that such an accident as depicted in the drama could happen and that parts of Ireland would need to be evacuated following a serious accident at Sellafield. Following the dramatized accident, the docu-drama depicts Irish evacuation riots, societal collapse and widespread health impacts.
Fallout, a feature-length as part of Channel 4's Disarming Britain series, is a drama surrounding the lives of a group of teenagers, following the fatal stabbing of a mutual associate, Kwame in South London.
This origin story follows the not-so-NCR Ranger, James Eldridge in the Wasteland, and his first encounter with the deadly Scorpion and his gang. Set years before the live-action series, Fallout: Nuka Break, and the digital short, Red Star.
Fallout: Nuka Break is a live-action fan-made web series made by Wayside Creations and set in the Fallout video game universe. Its direct setting is derived from both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. Nuka Break features three main characters, a "Vault dweller, his ghoul companion, and a slave they free from New Vegas". Along with the sets, puppets are used for some of the scenes, along with CGI for the gun battles and other scenes. The series features actor Doug Jones as a guest star, playing Mayor Conners, and voice actor Vic Mignogna as the merchant/narrator. The series was originally conceived as a film titled Fallout: Nuka Break - The Movie, which was released in early 2011 on YouTube. The film was so popular that Wayside Creations, a non-profit made up of "a team of Fallout fans", decided to turn it into a full miniseries, with the first episode being released in September 2011. A second season, funded via Kickstarter, is currently in production.
Many A True Nerd walks through Fallout New Vegas: You Only Live Once, possibly the hardest challenge ever attempted in Fallout: New Vegas - a permadeath run with no healing allowed.